All-Wheel Drive Conversion Kits
8 cyl., 100 bhp, wb 134
in, track 58 in, lxwxh 264x81x108 in., weight 4800 lb (chassis/cab), 13,200
MM5-4 or KMM5-4 SnoGo was based on a a 134 in. wheelbase chassis, uprated
to 3-ton payload rating. Some 80 were Lend-Leased to the RAF for use on
airfields during WW2. The SnoGo snow blower on the front was driven by
a IHC stationary engine on the back of the truck.
This example is based on
a '41 model Ford: note differences in front mudguards and location of headlights.
|The 1942 example shown here
was owned by Gerry McGonigal, then by Gordon
McMillan, and was recently bought by Matt Rimmer, Its chassis number
is KMM5-4-499640 and it is one of only two complete known survivors in
the UK. We wish him lots of snow to play with!
||On August 21, 2003, this
SnoGo sold for US $660 on eBay.
It was located in Windham, Maine, USA and was described at as a "1947 Ford
Converted Originally by SNO-GO. This was used at a NH Airport for years
and only has 12000 miles (going up and down the runway in the winters)."
||Another 1942 SnoGo in unrestored
but full working order sold for US$2,800 on eBay
on February 02, 2004. It was located in Madras,Oregon, USA.
||This picture was taken on
23-jan-05 in 18+ inches of snow.
This SnoGo was issued to
Rome Air Base (now Griffiss) in February 1942. By February 2005 it was
located in Gallupville, NY (near Albany), USA and offered
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